Republican politicians have largely responded to the rapidly growing pile of evidence, much of it self-incrimination, Congressman Tom Reed, for example, began last week insisting that there was no need for a special counsel to investigate criminal collusion with Russian attacks against the United States
Which of 3 Caucuses (Tea Party, Constitution, Progressive) Most Opposes Indefinite Detention in the USA?
The Tea Party Caucus. The Constitution Caucus. The Progressive Caucus. One of these caucuses voted most strongly against H.R. 1540, the bill introducing Indefinite Detention without charge to American soil. Can you guess which one? Click through to find out.
Senate: If we don’t imprison people forever without charge, we’ll have to tell them what their rights are
Why did members of the U.S. Senate insist on voting this week on empowering the U.S. Government to imprison people forever without charge, citizens and noncitizens alike? Because if the Government couldn’t imprison people forever without filing charges, it would have to tell people what